Matt Kemp Bought A Ton Of Lottery Tickets; Do You Have Yours?

Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is already ridiculously wealthy. The All-Star outfielder has already made millions and millions of dollars to this point in his career, and he signed an eight year, $160 million dollar extension back in November that will run through 2019.

Not too bad for a day's work.

That being said, do you know what's better than $160 million dollars?

$640 million dollars.

That is the estimated payout for the winner(s) of the Mega Millions lottery jackpot, which will be announced on Friday evening.

Given that money is not an issue for Kemp, the slugger, who is currently in Arizona for Spring Training, but a ton of lottery tickets to try his luck. We have a photo of him after the jump...

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Oh to be rich enough to mindlessly spend a few hundred bucks on lottery tickets that you have basically zero chance of winning. Must be a good life to live.

For those wondering: the odds of winning Mega Millions is 176 million to 1. Good luck with that.

The drawing for the Multi Millions lottery is set for Friday evening. Be sure to check those tickets, Matt Kemp.

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